4th Grade News at JCT

Week of November 9 - November 13

A Peek at Our Week


This week in reading, we will wrap up our author study of Chris Van Allsburg. Students are determining the similarities and differences between his sotries.


This week, students are learning how to properly punctuate dialogue and will have a cumulative review test on the spelling patterns studied over the past five weeks.


We will explore the relationship between multiplication and division, and use partial quotients to divide.


This week students will explore the parts of an expository text.


This week we will begin exploring force and motion.

Social Studies

This week students will discover the motivations for European exploration in North America and Texas.

Upcoming Events

Wednesday, November 11th - Veteran's Day Program - wear red, white, and blue

Friday, November 13th - End of second six weeks

November 16th -20th Book Fair

Thursday, November 19th- Report Card Day - Wear college shirt and jeans

Thursday, November 19th- Cafeteria Thanksgiving Lunch with Families

Friday, November 20th- Second Six Weeks Round Up


Tuesday, Nov. 10th, 7:15am

440 Wishbone Lane

Haslet, TX

We are having an aerial photo taken tomorrow, of the entire student body creating an image of the American flag. It is so very important that your child wear a red shirt to school tomorrow. Thank you for helping to make this happen. I am excited to see the outcome and cannot wait to share it with you!.
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Parent Communication Folders

Parent communication folders are being sent home each night. They will be a daily communication tool between you and your child's teachers. The folders must be signed each evening and return with the student every day to school. We will communicate both positive and negative choices made by the student, and this record will help to determine the behavior grades on each six weeks report card. The calendar in there also lists upcoming events during this six weeks. Work that needs to be completed, as well as graded work will be sent home using this folder. Thank you in advance for helping to establish a routine with your child where they can talk to you daily about their learning. It is so important for kids to know that their parents value their education and are willing to take an active part in it. Signing the folders is one small way to show your child that you will take the time out of your day to ensure that they are being successful at school. If it is important to you, it will become important to them.

Changes in Dismissal

PLEASE email the front office and your child's homeroom teacher should you have a change in how your child will go home. Ride changes must be made in writing, either in a note sent with the student, or in an email. Requests must be made prior to 2:00pm in order to ensure that it is properly communicated. Your child's safety is of our utmost concern.